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Changing Times
(FLAC) Chris Rea Lyrics


We have lyrics for 'Changing Times' by these artists:

Axel Rudi Pell On the loose, but hearin' gunfire To time to cruise, leavin…
Carl Douglas Ooh, Lord Mmm, mmm, mmm, mmm Uh-uh, yeah Let me talk to y…
Chris Rea Changing times, changing rules Make a wise man look a fool …
Dennis Brown Now that the change has come We must have some fun Now…
Earth Wind & Fire As you discover changing times You must have the strength t…
Iwan Rheon Dancing free, for eyes to see My back is bent, my…
Maze In this world there are all kinds changes It's enough to…
Maze feat. Frankie Beverley In this world there are all kinds changes It's enough to…
Maze feat. Frankie Beverly In this world there are all kinds changes It's enough to…
Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly In this world there are all kinds changes It's enough to…
Pell Axel Rudi On the loose, but hearin' gunfire To time to cruise, leavin…
Rudi Pell Axel On the loose, but hearin' gunfire To time to cruise, leavin…
Scanners Now the world is turning, spinning round the sun So we're…
Walls of Jericho Times have tried Now you and I must complete the…

We have lyrics for these tracks by (FLAC) Chris Rea:

Ain't Going Down This Way I see the morning light - come screaming through my…
Ride On I got something in my pocket that makes it hard…
Sun Is Rising Strange room - In a cold cold city I got to…
When the Good Lord Talked To Jesus See me moving without warning. Fast as mt legs can run And…

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Comments from YouTube:

Lara O'neal

Chris is so politically aware. He keeps up with everything that is going on. Such a brilliant man and artist. He's in a class by himself. So complex and fascinating renaissance man. Love him.

Camba

Hi friend The documentary was made in Cookham Sol studios once owned by Chris

Blue Channel

Hernan Ι think you're wrong, because this documentary has been made at Miraval Studios.
 

ATHENAMATS

In the summer of 2000 with a sell out tour and a remix of "On The Beach" in the charts Chris Rea was told he was suffering from an illness that would end his career and possibly his life. Whilst lying in hospital he realised that he had not made his final album and wanted a work that he could be judged on: "Dancing Down the Stony Road" is that album.

"If I get through this," thought Chris, "I'm going to write the album to go on my headstone if something terrible should happen. The influences that got me in to music are what I want emphasised on this album."

Following his lengthy road to recovery he headed off to Miraval studios in Provence where he had previously recorded some of his biggest albums and set to work on the production of what is perhaps his most heartfelt project to date and perhaps most surprisingly, a blues album......

He used the state of the art technology for "The Road To Hell" at Sol Studios. Chris Rea acquired the property (which he owned until 2006) and renamed the studio, The Sol. Many of his well known recordings were created here and he also let the studio to other artistes on a commercial basis.

Diyan Boyanov

Name of the intro music, please, someone?